I RECENTLY had an early morning appointment to visit my doctor.

I had to pass a number of surgeries on my way there and noticed that queues had begun to form outside well before they were due to open.

Elderly people, one person in a wheelchair and a mother with a young infant were standing in line without shelter at the mercy of the weather.

Surely there has to be a better way in this day and age of allowing patients to wait inside surgeries, possibly by means of a ticketing system, to avoid sick people standing for several minutes subject to the elements. I asked the Welsh Government to look into this issue to see what can be done.

Great news that the prime minister, Theresa May, has promised to abolish tolls of the Severn Crossings should the Conservatives win the General Election.

Tolls will be scrapped for all vehicles using the crossings. The twenty five million drivers who use the crossings every year will now be able to do so free of charge.

By significantly reducing the cost of doing business between Wales and England the Conservatives will continue to improve the economic prospects of Wales by delivering an estimated one hundred million pounds boost to the local economy.

Commenting on the announcement in the National Assembly the first minister said the Government was implementing Labour Party policy.

But Labour was in power for thirteen years and took no action to abolish tolls. Labour may talk but Conservatives act.

At the General Election on June 8 people will have a chance to strengthen our negotiating hand in Europe. This is the only way to ensure we have strong leadership, certainty and stability for a full five years, not just up to the point at which we leave the European Union but beyond it too.

Negotiations with the European Union will be long and difficult. The question is who is likely to get the best deal for Britain, Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn?

If, like me, you believe and trust Theresa May to deliver for Britain then please support Angela Jones-Evans in Newport West and Natasha Asghar in Newport East on June 8.